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June 12, 2011, 06:29:00 PM
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Hi,

my mining rigs are to be set up in a rather insecure server room and I'd feel better not running a bitcoin client collecting millions of blocks Wink stored in that insecure environment. Can I set the miner or the client to assign blocks to a specific bitcoin id?

As I'm not running the rig alone it would even be better if I could configure it such that 20BTC go to id1 and id2 and 10BTC to id3? I've seen there are pool(s) that do that.

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June 12, 2011, 06:31:11 PM
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bitcoin id? wtf is that? You can always get a e-wallet, and send your payments there.

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June 12, 2011, 06:33:38 PM
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Are you solo mining?

If not, there is no security concern, your wallet ID is stores at your pool and your private keys on your personal computer.

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June 12, 2011, 06:35:51 PM
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bitcoin id? wtf is that?

Whatever you call that thing after Bitcoin: in your signature.

I'm not planning to do pooled mining. My setup at home now has a miner and a bitcoin gui client running and somehow magically it manages to make rewards show up in just that client's wallet. I want to control in who's wallet the coins are to show up and best would be to be able to reward more than one.

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June 12, 2011, 07:04:40 PM
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bitcoin id? wtf is that?

Whatever you call that thing after Bitcoin: in your signature.

I'm not planning to do pooled mining. My setup at home now has a miner and a bitcoin gui client running and somehow magically it manages to make rewards show up in just that client's wallet. I want to control in who's wallet the coins are to show up and best would be to be able to reward more than one.
you can point all the miners to a single server. that way, all the coins will be rewarded to one wallet. The server, of course will have to be offsite. If you want to split the earnings, just have a cron job that sends out bitcoins regularly.

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June 12, 2011, 07:23:20 PM
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want to split the earnings, just have a cron job that sends out bitcoins regularly.
a cron job to create a transaction 100 blocks later would be the by far inferior solution in my eyes.

well the whole point is to have the reward be charged to account(s) that are offline. As far as I understood, the miner needs the bitcoin "client" to connect to peers, collect the block chain and new transactions, determine the work to be done but it does not necessarily have to assign the mined block to an own id.

How is this done for example: http://blockexplorer.com/block/000000000000026210a972387c00e6db801346b32a815a996d698211d71a197c

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